That’s a wrap: IHSPA 2018 convention recap

By Shelby Mullis Franklin College There isn’t a more fitting motto for the Indiana High School Press Association’s 2018 state convention. “Everything I Need to Know, I Learned in Journalism.” ...

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Photos by Clark Hadley Indiana High School Press Association

COLUMN: Truth and the lessons it teaches

This column was originally published Monday, Oct. 22, 2018 on TheStatehouseFile.com and is redistributed with permission of the author. By John Krull TheStatehouseFile.com  FRANKLIN, Indiana – By coincidence, just a ...

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COLUMN: The true cost of censorship

By Anu Nattam Student Journalist Plainfield High School Earlier this year, five ...

IHSPA seeks information for New Voices

In an effort to gather supporting evidence for the next New Voices ...

Hoosier students, advisers deserve better

By Ryan Gunterman IHSPA Executive Director They deserve better than this. Hoosier ...

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Contest winners announced at convention

The results of the 2018 Harvey Awards and Hoosier Star contests were announced Friday, Oct. 19 during the 2018 IHSPA state convention on the Franklin College campus. Those results are available here: 2018 IHSPA Contest Results. Continue to check ihspa.net for more convention coverage and results.

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Download 2018 convention program today

The 2018 IHSPA Indiana high school journalism convention, “Everything I Need to Know, I Learned in Journalism,” will feature numerous sessions taught by journalism professionals, educators and students. The full convention program and schedule can be found here: 2018 IHSPA Convention Program Schools may still register for the event that will be held at Franklin […]

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From the president: Welcome back!

By Sam Hanley IHSPA Board President Greetings & welcome back! On behalf of the IHSPA Executive Board, I’d like to welcome you back to school for what I’m sure will be an exciting, productive year. We’ve been hard at work this summer on some initiatives and programs in advocacy of scholastic journalism in Indiana. I’d […]

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